The work2future Foundation offers career development, vocational training and job placement services to Santa Clara County youth ages 16 to 29. Our services are designed to meet the needs of young adults who are looking to begin their career, update their current skills, obtain their GED, or enroll in college. You may begin your job search by registering on this website which will provide access to our job board and resources.
By registering, you will be able to access create a resume searchable by employers, find jobs, and review career related resources. Contact our team of professional Career Advisers at 408.794.1234 to learn more about our unique programs and see which one is right for you. To help determine which program(s) you may qualify for, please visit our eligibility page.
In an effort to tackle the high youth unemployment rates throughout the City of San José and Santa Clara County, both the County Board of Supervisors and City of San José Mayor Sam Liccardo have partnered to introduce initiatives that take aim at the problem. The County of Santa Clara has launched Santa Clara County Summer Jobs Program and the City of San José has launched San José Works. These initiatives aim to connect up to 1,300 youth with paid internships and summer jobs in 2016. Join with us to support the efforts of the City of San José and the County of Santa Clara to address the issue of youth unemployment.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors is committed to the ongoing career and personal development of its young residents. Building off of the success of last year's summer employment program, the work2future Foundation is pleased to partner with the Coun...Read More
Start Your Career in Banking Through a Summer Internship. The work2future Foundation, in partnership with the Bank of America, is pleased to announce the 2016 Bank of America Silicon Valley Summer Internship Program. The purpose of the 2016 Bank of America Si...Read More
City of San José Mayor Sam Liccardo proposed $1.02 million funding for the San José Works summer youth employment initiative in his March 2015 budget message. The program brings together community based organizations, businesses, non-profits, and City Depart...Read More